- Powerful preworkout for experienced users!
- 200mg DMHA
- Great stimulation
- Good energy
- Amazing mood elevation
- Decent focus
- No pumps
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Centurion Labz God of Rage is the final product I review from their lineup. All of the rest, like the new Blood Rush will have to wait. However, God of Rage has proven itself to be an amazing pre-workout.
Centurion Labz have knocked it out the park with this one. There’s an amazing combination of powerful stimulants included in the label that really bring the experience together. While I wouldn’t say “Rage” is the perfect description, it definitely has an exceptional feeling.
- L-Citrulline Malate 2:1 (4000mg) – Pump ingredient. L-Citrulline Malate is part L-Citrulline and part Malic Acid. Citrulline is what brings the pump benefits, however, the minimum dose would be 4g of the pure ingredient. Therefore, God of Rage has it underdosed and it won’t do that much for pumps.
- Beta Alanine (3200mg) – Workout booster. Well-known for the itchy tingly sensation it provides. If muscles get saturated with Beta Alanine, it also boosts endurance and reduces workout fatigue. Dosed clinically!
- Creatine Monohydrate (3000mg) – Jack-of-all-trades ingredient. Creatine is the most well studied and powerful supplement you can get (outside of steroids). It provides a lot – power output, fat-free mass, and even mental sharpness. However, like with Beta Alanine, you need to saturate the muscles with it for any effects to appear. Additionally, 3g is the low-end of effective dose, so you might need to add some Creatine from other sources anyway.
- Taurine (500mg) – Energy and anti-oxidant ingredient. Taurine is most well-known for being included in energy drinks and other similar products. However, Taurine is also a very powerful anti-oxidant that protects the heart (cardioprotective), brain (neuroprotective) and many other organs. It’s dosed well, although for athletic performance up to a gram or two would be better.
- Caffeine Anhydrous (300mg) – Classic stimulant. Should give you about 3 cups worth of black coffee of a kick. Pretty decent for a preworkout.
- Juglans Regia Extract (200mg) – Stimulant. Sometimes dubbed the natural version of DMHA. Provides a lot of stimulation, energy, and mood elevation. Dosed as well as it gets.
- Theobromine (200mg) – Mood elevation ingredients. Basically, it’s the active ingredient in chocolate. Provides slight stimulation and mood-elevation. High dose, most other preworkouts go to 100mg or less.
- N-Phenethyl Dimethylamine Citrate (150mg) – Mood elevation and stimulant ingredient. If it’s used at all, it’s generally used to replace DMAA/DMHA as it works in a similar manner. It will provide some stimulation and mood elevation.
- Mucuna Pruriens (Std. 15% L-Dopa, 100mg) – Stimulant. L-Dopa is used in a clinical setting to promote dopamine synthesis. In preworkouts, it should improve the power of other stimulants used. Unfortunately, it’s quite a low dose and low standardization, therefore it won’t do much.
- Choline Bitartrate (100mg) – Focus ingredient. Choline improves numerous mental capacities, such as focus, cognition, and sharpness. However, with 100mg it’s not going to do anything at all.
- Hordenine HCL (50mg) – Mood elevation ingredient and stimulant. Primarily, it should inhibit the breakdown of neurotransmitters which are produced by other ingredients in God of Rage, making the effects more powerful. However, the dose is quite low, as some preworkouts get up to 200mg.
- Higenamine HCL (25mg) – Fat burner and stimulant. Adds a little bit of everything, including lipid metabolism. Again, dosed quite low although it should be effective.
- Huperzine A (200mcg) – Nootropic. The learning ingredient, supposed to help with memory consolidation and focus. Dosed well.
When doing the Centurion Labz God of Rage review, I realized there’s little “rage” in the preworkout. There’s simply too much mood elevation in the compound that makes you all kinds of happy. It might not be the “giddy” type of happy but the mood definitely feels like cruising.
Additionally, there’s a nice, big surge of energy once the preworkout kicks in. There’s definitely more than enough to carry you through the workout and then some. Usually, I’ll be stimulated by Centurion Labz God of Rage well after my workout is finished.
Stimulation is another standout feature. There’s a lot of desire to get going with the weights and smash the workout. Unfortunately, all the other effects (focus and pumps) are very lacking. Pumps are basically non-existent and focus is so overshadowed that you don’t feel anything in that regard, really.
Finally, the side effects are quite forgiving. There’s a slight crash at the end and some increased thirst but they definitely do not detract from the overall experience. Comparatively, the crash is very minor and the thirst is nothing as bad as with some preworkouts.
Overall, God of Rage is an impressive preworkout. Probably the best one yet from Centurion Labz and ranks very highly among the best in general.
Centurion Labz God of Rage Review Summary
- Price – 7/10. Great value, comes in 30 servings. Frankly impressive price for the effects.
- Stimulation – 8/10. INice, solid stimulation.
- Focus – 2/10. Focus isn’t anything that great.
- Energy – 8/10. Gives great energy power through the workout and then some!
- Pumps – 0/10. Didn’t feel anything for pumps.
- Mood elevation – 9.5/10. There’s not much more you can get for mood elevation outside of the truly illicit preworkouts.
Overall, Centurion Labz God of Rage review led me to score it incredibly highly. It’s a great preworkout for experienced users that want to fly high and smash hard. Beginners should stay clear until they do build their tolerance, however.
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